Today on the webcast, from hero to zero? NBC News is reporting that the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has banned Lance Armstrong for life and stripped him of all seven Tour de France titles that helped make him an American hero.
Plus, Mitt Romney has drawn a line in the sand when it comes to what he will and will not answer.
According to Talk Point Memo, a reporter at a Denver TV CBS station KCNC said Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney agreed to an interview with her on one condition: that she did not ask any questions regarding Missouri senate candidate Todd Akin's controversial comments regarding rape and abortion.
And, a dad posts a picture on his blog stating it's hard to be a father with a picture of him next to his daughter in a diaper and a beer in his hand. However, this picture stirred up quite the controversy.
Lastly, What exactly shoudl be taught in a sex ed class? Well according MSNBC, two California moms are suing Central Valley School District over its "abstinence-only" sex education. The mothers say the policy puts students' health at risk by failing to provide students information about condoms, contraception and about how to prevent STD's.